Today social media is used by members of every generation. We can go hours scrolling on our phones without realising how quickly time flies. It is now a common sight in public transport to see everyone immersed in their phones – and those who are not active on their own phones are busy checking out someone else’s screen! Being socially active is in vogue these days and you can easily be considered an outcast if you are not up to date with the latest meme or troll.
In today’s fast-paced world, people are racing towards competition rather than perfection. Human minds have been replaced by Google. Screens have taken the place of books. People tend to focus on earning money while risking their health, filling their pockets with pressure and anxiety. M.K. Gandhi rightly said ‘It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.’
The modern way of life has made our bodiless big reservoirs of toxic junk. Researches have proved that toxin accumulation in the body is the single major cause of arthritis, allergies, obesity, cancer and cardiovascular diseases. Toxins create skin problems and make us prematurely old. All this happens when we forget the way our body... Continue Reading →